David Dunn is an attacking player who is now in his second spell with Blackburn Rovers, and has made over 200 first-team appearances for the club. A product of Rovers? youth set-up, he made his senior debut back in September 1998, enjoying a six-year spell at Ewood Park before moving on to Birmingham City. David returned to Blackburn in January 2007 and he was in excellent form in the 2009-10 campaign, producing some inspirational performances and finishing as the team?s leading scorer. Although not always in the starting line-up, he remained a key figure for Rovers in 2010-11. A creative, dynamic player, David can play either just behind a lone striker or also as an attacking midfield player operating through the centre of the park. Although a former captain of England U21s, David won just one full cap for his country, featuring as a second-half substitute in the friendly against Portugal in September 2002.
Shane Long came off the bench to rescue the Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2016 qualification campaign with a priceless last-gasp
It was the moment many of us have been waiting for a long time.
Gareth Bale had barely made it back to the dressing room when he was posting his verdict on Wales’ 3-0 win over Israel.
Harry Kane scored just 80 seconds into his England debut against Lithuania on Friday nights European Qualifier.
It took just 80 seconds and three touches for Tottenham striker Harry Kane to score his first England senior goal.
England did exactly what was expected of them tonight and beat Lithuania 4-0 in their European Championship qualifier.